Friday’s boys basketball roundup
Updated: December 30, 2011 11:27PM
Douglass 61, Hope 58: William Heard exploded for 30 points and five assists carrying Douglass (4-2) to victory. Robert Guthrie pitched in offensively with 12 points.
Alcott 71, Juarez 60: Michael Pearson and Antwon Green scored 18 points apiece for Alcott.
TEAM Englewood 48, Ag. Science 21: Johnny Roland notched 15 points and 10 assists for TEAM Englewood (11-2) against the host Cyclones.
Lindblom 51, Bowen 41: Ervin Stanford (18 points) and DeShante Dunning (12 points) paced the Eagles offensively.
Marist 54, Belleville West 52: Lexus Williams scored 18 points and Nic Weishar had 16 points and 12 rebounds as the RedHawks captured third place.
Bogan 57, Champaign Central 54: No. 5 Bogan picked up its second win on the day to finish in fifth place overall as Devaughn Johnson scored 22 points and grabbed 10 boards. Ronnell Bucker added 11 points.
Bogan 73, Alton 58: Johnson scored 18 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in the Bengals' first game. Juwan Henry contributed 17 points.
Aurora Central 76, East Aurora 64: Joe Medgyesi tallied a team-high 20 points and Anthony Andujar added 14 points for Aurora Central en route to its seventh place finish.
St. Charles East 73, West Chicago 64, OT: Purdue recruit Kendall Stephens poured in 24 points and was also active on the boards with eight rebounds to spark the Saints in overtime over the Wildcats. Dominic Adduci contributed 20 points and six assists for St. Charles East, which captured fifth place.
Addison Trail 65, Fenton 42: Tyler Little keyed the Blazers' victory by scoring 22 points in Glen Ellyn. Addison Trail (6-8) captured seventh place with the win.
Grayslake North 64, Johnsburg 56: Mark Hall (15 points) and A.J. Fish (13 points) lifted Grayslake North over the Skyhawks.
Rolling Meadows 51, Highland Park 40, OT: Rolling Meadows held off the Scouts in overtime as Tyler Gaedele scored 13 points for the game. Mike Olson chipped in 11 points for Rolling Meadows, which captured fifth place.
Minooka 68, Wheaton North 56: Jacob Hogan scored 19 points and had six rebounds as the Indians captured seventh place. Adam Reynolds had 14 points, six rebounds and four assists for Minooka, which led 58-38 after three quarters. Wheaton North had 14 points from Ryan Jordan, 12 from Sam Otto and 10 from Dan Madhavapalil.
Stagg 89, Eisenhower 82, OT: Brett Kaiser had a double-double of 28 points and 12 rebounds as the Chargers (7-5) won in consolation action. Sean Dwyer added 20 points and nine rebounds for Stagg, while Rya Dahleen had nine points and 13 rebounds.
Hinsdale South 54, Lake Forest 51: Brock Benson's 26 points and Jerry Stoltz's 17 points keyed the Hornets' win against the Scouts.
Providence 67, Glenbrook South 54: The Celtics opened a 38-27 halftime lead and coasted past the Titans in consolation play. Mike Marietti scored 26 on 13-of-18 shooting for Providence and also grabbed seven rebounds. Kevin Kozan added 13 points and seven rebounds. Justin Busiel had 17 points and Victor Levi added 10 for Glenbrook South.
Downers Grove North 61, Nazareth 53: Rob Mahlke had 25 points and six rebounds to power the Trojans past the Roadrunners.
Kankakee 79, Bradley-Bourbonnais 78: Lavontae Lee put up 20 points for Kankakee.
Peotone 45, Newport Harbor (Calif.) 35: Nick Ahilborn's 17 points paced Peotone past the Sailors.
Carver 54, Bremen 34: The Challengers defeated the Braves behind solid performances from Michael Howell (12 points) and Javon Jacobs (11 points).
Illiana Christian 50, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 23: Jon Zandstra and Elijah Lares netted 18 points apiece for Illiana Christian.
Kaneland 45, Rockford Christian 41: The Knights captured third place, led by Dan Miller who scored 13 points.
Newark 38, Forreston 32: Brett Anderson dropped a double-double of 17 points and 10 rebounds to hold off Forreston.
Lisle 40, Dixon 39: Cam Bell scored 14 points to help the Lions eke out a victory.
Wilmington 48, Genoa-Kingston 43: Dan O'Leary had 12 points and seven boards for Wilmington. Dan VanDuyne (10 points) also reached double figures for the Wildcats.
Plano 57, Sandwich 46: Devin Hawks starred offensively with 18 points and Joseph Jones had 12 points and nine rebounds.
Morris 58, Somonauk 46: The Redskins' Danny Friend scored 19 points and Jake Hogan added 14 points.
Aurora Christian 75, Ottawa 45: Johnathan Harrell turned in a solid effort with 16 points and six rebounds as the Aurora Christian cruised to a 30-point win.
Lockport 50, Waukegan 46: Karrington Ward's 17 points fueled the Porters to seventh place.
Waukegan 76, Danville 74, OT: Devonte Taylor sparked the Bulldogs with 24 points and Akeem Springs added 18 points.
Lockport 55, St. Charles North 53: Brandon Sawin tallied 11 points for the Porters.
Rockford Auburn 66, Morgan Park 45: Billy Garrett Jr., who made the all-tournament first-team, led the No. 18 Mustangs (7-4) with 16 points in the third-place game. Adrian Jeffries added eight points.
Hillcrest 48, Homewood-Flossmoor 47: Hillcrest moved to 10-2 on the season as Jalen Loving filled the stat sheet with 20 points and rebounds. Jovan Mooring added 15 points in the Hawks' upset of the No. 16 Vikings.
St. Patrick 54, Von Steuben 45: Ismar Seferagic scored 15 points and pulled down seven rebounds for the Shamrocks (5-6). Loren Horton added 15 points.
Brooks 85, Proviso West 66: Erick Locke (27 points) and Dwight Cunningham (18 points, 16 rebounds) had huge games for Brooks (7-8) against the host Panthers.
St. Joseph 75, Hinsdale Central 61: Paul Turner scored 19 points as the Chargers (7-5) knocked off the Red Devils. A.J. Patty also played well for St. Joseph putting up 13 points and 21 rebounds.
Rich South 70, Seton 62: The Stars upset the No. 4 Sting in the third-place matchup as John Ruffin scored 17 points and Cedric Russell contributed 11 points.
Hales 61, Thornton 52: The tandem of Niji Lomax and Shaquon Alexander scored 21 points and 14 points, respectively, for the Spartans in the fifth-place game of the championship bracket.
Leo 52, Lincoln Park 51: Russell Woods (14 points, 11 rebounds) led Leo past Lincoln Park for fifth place in the consolation bracket. Karon Braggs added 13 points for Leo and Martez Hampton scored 11. Chris Heaney’s 13 points led Lincoln Park.
Rich Central 64, Joliet Central 49: Down 18-10 after eight minutes, the Olympians outscored the Steelmen 37-15 in the middle quarters and went on to capture third place in the consolation bracket. Jamaal Murray led Rich Central with 13 points and seven rebounds, while Jalen Miller scored 12 and Jalen Love had 10 points. Kenneth Carpenter and Jalen Heath each scored 13 for Joliet Central.
Evanston 60, Bolingbrook 57: Josh Irving scored 14 points and Jordan Perrin and Leonard Garron each added 12 as the Wildkits took seventh place. Ben Moore had a game-high 26 points and nine rebounds for Bolingbrook, while Alec Boyd scored 17.
Marian Catholic 71, Rich East 59: Tyler Ulis scored 28 points and had seven assists as the Spartans captured fifth place. Ki-Jana Crawford and Christian Halley each scored 11 for Marian. Rich East had 16 points from Ronald Lawton and 13 apiece from Raheem Jackson and Don Henderson.
Streamwood 71, Wheeling 62: The Sabres' Brandon Larkin-Guilfoyle put up 20 points against the Wildcats.
Maine West 48, Deerfield 44: Conor Hart paced Maine West with 24 points.
Lake Park 54, Fremd 45: Nick Zanghi had 12 points for the victorious Lancers.
Niles North 62, Vernon Hills 48: Malachi Nix tallied a team-high 23 points for Niles North (8-5). Mychal Henley contributed 16 points and eight rebounds.
Carmel 61, Loyola 52: Brandon Motzel's 20 points sparked the Corsairs past the Ramblers.
Prospect 75, St. Viator 72: Illinois-bound Mike LaTulip netted 21 points for the Knights.
Riverside-Brookfield 61, St. Francis 54: 6-foot-7 junior center Miki Ljuboja continued his strong inside play scoring 23 points for the Bulldogs. Senior guard Luke Nortier added 18 points for RB, which won three of four games en route to fifth place.
Lyons 70, Maine South 61: The Lions (3-9), who lost to Downers Grove South in last year's final, picked up their second win of this year's tournament as Kenny Smith, Matt Robare and Chris O'Reilly all scored 15 points.
Waubonsie Valley 47, South Elgin 36: Junior guard Jared Brownridge completed his all-tournament team showing with a strong 27-point effort for the Warriors. Brandon Malby chipped in 10 points.
York 46, Conant 44: David Cohn (23 points) sparked the Dukes against the Cougars.
WW South 36, Kenwood 35: The Tigers pulled out the close win as Danny Roadman notched 17 points.
Perspectives-Calumet 50, Palatine 49: Yehosua Craig scored 22 points for Perspectives-Calumet.